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10:15 PM ET, July 20, 2019

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David Marchese / New York Times:
Interview with Graydon Carter, on claims he cut accusations by women from a 2003 Epstein profile: “I didn't invent the system. I just lived by the system”  —  “I didn't invent the system.  I just lived by the system.”  —  Graydon Carter on Vanity Fair, Jeffrey Epstein and an editor's power.
Mark Di Stefano / BuzzFeed:
Inside the debate at BBC on how to describe Trump's tweets about the “squad” and why its anchors refrained from calling them racist while some reporters did not  —  “Our role is to be the platform on which the British people will have the argument.  I don't want us to be sucked in by the Twitter mob."
Gerry Smith / Bloomberg:
Source: BuzzFeed has agreed to voluntarily recognize the BuzzFeed News union, following months of negotiations and a walkout by staffers last month  —  - Employees had staged walkout in June to pressure company  — Agreement is part of wave of unioning at digital-media sites
Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab:
Nostalgia for the old “good” internet may be misplaced because it nurtured trolling, which trained users not to take posts seriously, feeding radicalization  —  Syracuse's Whitney Phillips — scholar of the darker corners of Internet culture, author of “The Oxygen of Amplification …
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Clarence Leong / Columbia Journalism Review:
Journalists covering the protests in Hong Kong describe being targeted by police and teargassed, pepper-sprayed, and beaten with batons  —  On June 12, Chong Man-lung, a contract driver, arrived at Hong Kong's government complex ferrying a reporter for Radio Television Hong Kong.
Discussion: @hwclarence
Wall Street Journal:
The Google Transparency Report, a searchable database of political ads, has errors, delays, and failures in recording political ads bought with Google's tools  —  Mistakes have occurred in the Google Transparency Report for both Democratic and Republican presidential and congressional candidates
Discussion: 9to5Google
New York Post:
Sources: GateHouse Media, owned by Fortress Investment Group, is nearing a deal to buy Gannett, which would create the biggest newspaper chain in the US  —  GateHouse Media and its publicly traded publisher New Media Investment Group is deep in talks to buy USA Today owner Gannett …
 
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Tim Ingham / Rolling Stone:
A look at 5 initiatives Spotify has abandoned: original video content, its hateful conduct policy, Spotify apps, direct music distribution, and Spotify Running
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
Time Magazine to run a sponsored cover for its July 29 issue, the third time since 2014
Discussion: @mgkatz036
Charlie Deitch / Pittsburgh Current:
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to phase out print operations and become digital only; from September 30, the print version will only run Thursday, Friday, Sunday
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Linh Ta / Des Moines Register:
Meredith partners with NYT for six NYT-branded special edition magazines highlighting significant historical and culture events, with the first issue on July 26
Discussion: MediaPost and PR Newswire
Joseph Bernstein / BuzzFeed News:
A profile of Andy Ngo, whose assault by antifa elevated his career seeking violence and victimization in response to corporate demand for dramatic video
Jennifer Miller / New York Times:
As podcast service Blubrry says there are now over 700,000 podcasts, with 2,000 to 3,000 launching every month, a look at whether we have reached “peak podcast”